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Battery Recycling Program

Battery recycling policies and options vary by state.
See the list below to find recycling information applicable to your state.

Arkansas

Harbor Freight stores in Arkansas accept from customers used lead-acid batteries for recycling, in exchange for an equal number of new lead-acid batteries purchased.

For more information on battery recycling in Arkansas, refer to the AR Department of Environmental Quality website.

California

Harbor Freight stores in California accept from customers used lead-acid batteries for recycling, in exchange for an equal number of new lead-acid batteries purchased.

For more information on battery recycling in California, refer to the CalRecycle Waste Reduction website.

Connecticut

Harbor Freight stores in Connecticut accept from customers used lead-acid batteries for recycling, in exchange for an equal number of lead lead-acid batteries purchased.

For more information on battery recycling in Connecticut, refer to the CT Department of Energy & Environmental Protection website.

Indiana

Harbor Freight stores in Indiana accept from customers used lead-acid batteries for recycling, in exchange for an equal number of new lead-acid batteries purchased.

For more information on battery recycling in Indiana, refer to the IN Department of Environmental Management website.

Iowa

Harbor Freight stores in Iowa accept from customers used lead-acid batteries for recycling when new lead acid batteries are purchased.

For more information on battery recycling in Iowa, refer to the Iowa Code Section 455D.10.

Kentucky

Harbor Freight stores in Kentucky accept from customers used lead-acid batteries for recycling, in exchange for an equal number of new lead-acid batteries purchased.

For more information on battery recycling in Kentucky, refer to the KY Department for Environmental Protection website.

Louisiana

Harbor Freight stores in Louisiana accept from customers used lead-acid batteries for recycling in exchange for a quantity at least equal to the number of new lead-acid batteries purchased.

For more information on battery recycling in Louisiana, refer to the Louisiana Code 30:2420.

Maine

Harbor Freight stores in Maine accept from customers used lead-acid batteries for recycling, in exchange for an equal number of new lead-acid batteries purchased.

For more information on battery recycling in Maine, refer to the ME Department of Environmental Protection website.

Minnesota

Battery recycling collection containers are conveniently located at the front entrance of all Harbor Freight stores in Minnesota. Bring in your rechargeable batteries, rechargeable battery packs, and products powered by nonremovable rechargeable batteries for recycling today.

For more information on battery recycling in Minnesota, refer to the MN Pollution Control Agency website.

Mississippi

Harbor Freight stores in Mississippi accept from customers used lead-acid batteries for recycling, in exchange for an equal number of new lead-acid batteries purchased.

For more information on battery recycling in Mississippi, refer to the MS Department of Environmental Quality website.

New York

Battery recycling collection containers are conveniently located at the front entrance of all Harbor Freight stores in New York. Bring in your rechargeable batteries and rechargeable battery packs for recycling today.

For more information on battery recycling in New York, refer to the NY Department of Environmental Conservation website.

North Carolina

Harbor Freight stores in North Carolina accept from customers used lead-acid batteries for recycling, in exchange for an equal number of new lead-acid batteries purchased.

For more information on battery recycling in North Carolina, refer to the NC Department of Environmental Quality website.

North Dakota

Harbor Freight stores in North Dakota accept from customers used lead-acid batteries for recycling when new lead acid batteries are purchased.

For more information on battery recycling in North Dakota, refer to the North Dakota Code Section 23-29-05.2.

Pennsylvania

Harbor Freight stores in Pennsylvania accept from customers used lead-acid batteries for recycling, in exchange for an equal number of new lead-acid batteries purchased.

For more information on battery recycling in Pennsylvania, refer to the PA Department of Environmental Protection website.

South Dakota

Harbor Freight stores in South Dakota accept from customers used lead-acid batteries for recycling, in exchange for an equal number of new lead-acid batteries purchased.

For more information on battery recycling in South Dakota, refer to the South Dakota Code Section 34A-6-91.

Texas

Harbor Freight stores in Texas accept from customers at least one, but no more than three, used lead-acid batteries for recycling.

For more information on battery recycling in Texas, refer to the TX Commission on Environmental Quality guide.

Utah

Harbor Freight stores in Utah accept from customers a maximum of two used lead-acid batteries for recycling, in exchange for the purchase of a new lead-acid battery.

For more information on battery recycling in Utah, refer to the Utah Environmental Quality Code 19-6-603.

Vermont

Harbor Freight stores in Vermont accept from customers single-use (alkaline, carbon-zinc, silver-oxide, and lithium metal) batteries for recycling. Battery recycling collection containers are conveniently located at the front entrance of all Harbor Freight stores in Vermont.

For more information on single-use and rechargeable battery recycling in Vermont, refer to the VT Department of Environmental Conservation.

Virginia

Harbor Freight stores in Virginia accept from customers used lead-acid batteries for recycling in exchange for a quantity at least equal to the number of new lead-acid batteries purchased.

For more information on battery recycling in Virginia, refer to the VA Department of Environmental Quality website.

West Virginia

Harbor Freight stores in West Virginia accept from customers used lead-acid batteries for recycling, in exchange for the purchase of new lead acid batteries.

For more information on battery recycling in West Virginia, refer to the West Virginia Lead Acid Battery Rule.

Wyoming

Harbor Freight stores in Wyoming accept from customers used lead-acid batteries for recycling, in exchange for a quantity at least equal to the number of new lead-acid batteries purchased.

For more information on battery recycling in Wyoming, refer to Wyoming Statutes 35-11-510 (2017).